Today I just got my Acer Predator 17 G5-793 back from service in my country (Bulgaria) with fresh pre-installed windows and new motherboard.
They had changed the motherboard because of strange noise (buzzing) like in this topic: https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/534951/acer-predator-g9-593-buzzing-noise-coming-from-speakers-under-full-load-with-video
When navigating to Start - Settings - Update & Security - Activation... I see Edition: Windows 10 Home and Activation: Windows is activated with a digital license
Also when I installed PredatorSense for my model there were missing GPU Temp and GPU Fan RPM... I had tried with disable fast windows startup, chipset drivers, intel drivers and everything else from acer website for my model. Read all topics I had found about this problems and tried everything. Also from this topic I don't have any text too https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/comment/536662/#Comment_536662
Later I decided that a fresh windows may help and downloaded Windows Media Creation Tool and made a USB Flash. I'm familiar with this kind of things because I had already re-installed my windows 2 times that way while formatting both discs (SSD and HDD) and other small ones about recovery and I don't remember other ones to start super fresh and empty laptop, but this time it was different... Once started I met the dialog box that wants from me about Product Key? (RLY? it never asked me about this... tough that I had already bought a windows 10 home with this laptop)
Back in time when I bough this laptop it was only with HDD and 2-3days later I bough +8GB RAM and Samsung SSD 960 Pro 256GB NVMe. Removed all small drives which windows were made on HDD (like recovery and other ones) and made my HDD to D\ and E\ (50/50%) and putted Windows at C\ (SSD). Few months later I re-installed windows again and it passed without any problems.
So is it possible to be some mistake from our acer repair service or because the new motherboard?
Should I bring the laptop back to them to fix this things or its useless?
(Sorry for my bad English)